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Fun at the Postpile

By Shannon Cleckler
February 17, 2013

Nick & Shannon enjoying the falls at Devils Postpile

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Devils Postpile National Monument

 Perfect, hexagonal stone pillars rise 60 feet in the air. A rushing cauldron of water falls 101 feet and bursts into color. Devils Postpile National Monument must be seen to be believed.

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